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Nutrition tips for 10-12 month old babies

Variety of Foods When your little one turns 10 months old, he has probably found his favourite foods. However, it is important that you continue to introduce new textures and flavours into the diet to ensure that healthy eating habits are maintained. Healthy Family Meals By 12 months of age, your baby can start eating...
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Nutrition tips for 8-10 month old babies

When your baby reaches 8 months of age, he is most likely ready for finger foods. Finger foods are foods that babies can pick up and eat by themselves. Since finger foods are small/bite-sized foods that are soft and diced, your little one won’t need their teeth to chew it. Your baby’s gum should be...
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Nutrition tips for 6-8 month old babies

When to Begin the Weaning Journey When your baby is around the age of 6 months, it is important to introduce suitable solids to satisfy his nutritional needs. It is at this age when breastmilk and/or formula doesn’t provide all the calories and nutrients your little one needs. Here are 5 signs that will tell...
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Important vitamins for 6-12 month old babies

Another form of micronutrient that is essential for growth and development during this period is the vitamin group, a family of compounds which as their name suggests, has essential roles in maintaining the health of growing tissues. In a similar way to minerals, vitamins are found in trace amounts in most foods, but despite this,...
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Important minerals for 6-12 month old babies

As the baby grows from 6 months onwards, a diversity of micronutrients is required for his growth and development, in addition to macronutrients derived from protein, fats and carbohydrates. While macronutrients, as the name suggests, provide large amounts of amino acids, sugars and fatty acids, it is the trace amounts of micronutrients, including vitamins and...
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Macronutrients for 6-12 month old babies

At around six months of age, but not before four months old, infants start receiving semi-solid foods known as complementary feeding, mixed feeding or weaning. The introduction of semi-solid foods is important because infants start to become physiologically and developmentally ready for these foods, and their growing body require more nutrients than cannot be provided...
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